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Valid for performances May 25 - July 21, 2018

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Regularly $65   •   Expires July 21st, 2018

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Theatre Row: 410 West 42nd Street, (between 9th & 10th Avenues) NYC

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May 25 - June 1, 2018
$45 Orchestra

June 2 - June 24, 2018
$50 Orchestra

June 26 - July 8, 2018
$55 Orchestra

July 10 - 21, 2018
$60 Orchestra

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About Conflict - Off Broadway

Show Info

Opening
May 25, 2018
Closing
Jul 21, 2018

Summary

Conflict is a love story set against the backdrop of a hotly contested election. Miles Malleson combines his two great passions: sex and politics. The result is a provocative romance that sizzles with both wit and ideas.

It’s the Roaring 20’s, London. Lady Dare Bellingdon has everything she could want, yet she craves something more. Dare’s man, Sir Major Ronald Clive, is standing for Parliament with the backing of Dare’s father. Clive is a Conservative, of course, but he’s liberal enough to be sleeping with Dare, who’s daring enough to take a lover, but too restless to marry him. Clive’s opponent, Tom Smith is passionate about social justice and understands the joy of having something to believe in. Dare is “the woman between” two candidates who both want to make a better world—until politics become personal, and mudslinging threatens to soil them all.

The play premiered in London in 1925, where critics heaped it with praise: “A skillfully and strongly written piece”, the dialogue “is neat and spare, always natural and often witty;” while complimenting “the expert way in which it is put together.”

Venue

Theatre Row

410 West 42nd Street, (between 9th & 10th Avenues) NYC